The U.S. Army is seeking more rotorcraft – including Black Hawks, Apaches and Chinooks – in its fiscal 2016 budget request, but like everything else in President Barack Obama’s proposed budget this year, it is all contingent on Congress avoiding another round of funding cuts through sequestration. The Army’s $146.5 billion budget request released Feb. 2 seeks $23.1 billion for procurement and RDT&E (research, development, test and evaluation), including $5.85 ...

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